Thermo Scientific ™ Zeba™ Spin Desalting Columns are made of low protein binding polypropylene, and are compatible with a wide range of standard laboratory instruments and consumables. 

Our Zeba columns are designed to be compatible with most swinging-bucket or fixed-angle bench- or floor-model centrifuges (please verify head clearance before use), and are available in 5 volume capacities and 2 molecular weight cut offs (MWCOs), 7K and 40K.

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Choose the right Zeba Spin Desalting Column for you

Format Micro Spin Column 0.5 mL Spin Column 2 mL Spin Column 5 mL Spin Column 10 mL Spin Column
Resin bed
75 μL 0.5 mL 2 mL 5 mL 10 mL
Volume capacity
2–12 μL 30–130 μL 200–700 μL 500–2000 μL 700–4000 μL
Volume capacity
(40K MWCO)
5–14 μL 70–200 μL 200–900 μL 300–2000 μL 1000–4000 μL
7K MWCO pack sizes Catalog numbers
89877, 89878
Catalog numbers
 89882, 89883
Catalog numbers
 89889, 89890
Catalog numbers
 89891, 89892
Catalog numbers
 89893, 89894
40K MWCO pack sizes Catalog numbers
 87764, 87765
Catalog numbers
87766, 87767
Catalog numbers
87768, 87769
Catalog numbers
 87770, 87771
Catalog numbers
 87772, 87773

Compare Zeba Spin Desalting Columns

Table 1. Comparison of recommended sample volume capacity of common spin desalting products.


Table 2. Thermo Scientific Zeba Spin Desalting Columns provide exceptional protein recovery over a wider range of sample concentrations and volume compared to alternative products.

Desalting columns were equilibrated with a final buffer containing 25 mM Tris, 25 mM NaCl at pH7.5. Samples were dilutied in 25 mM Tris, 500 mM NaCl at pH 7.5 and then desalted into the final buffer. All samples were processed according to the manufacturers’ recommended instructions, but load volume may exceed recommended ranges (see below). There was no significant difference in salt concentration between any vendor when used within the recommended ranges. Protein concentration was determined using the Thermo Scientific™ BCA Assay (Product # 23227). Recoveries with lysate are typically slightly lower than seen with individual proteins due to the loss of small molecular weight compounds and lysis contaminants that can influence protein assay results.